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Let's Go 4 Games! Training Report

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Games don’t have to be just fun, they can be also used as an effective tool for personal and social development of youngsters as well as promoting the changes in society.

The training course took place in Uitdam/Amsterdam NL, 5-13 March 2018.

Aims of the tool

The general idea of the training was to contribute to increasing the impact and quality of youth work by developing the competences of 29 youth workers from 14 Programme countries on using games as an effective tool for value-based education and inclusion.

Description of the tool

This activity report of our Training course Let's Go 4 Games! reports on how to apply games as a learning tool for personal development and promoting values of Inclusion and Diversity.


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Tool overview

Let's Go 4 Games! Training Report

This tool is for

We would like to share our experiences from the training with wider network of youth work practicioners through this publication

and addresses

Social Inclusion, Youth Participation

It is recommended for use in:

Youth Exchanges
Training and Networking

Behind the tool

The tool was created by

WOW Go Amsterdam

in the context of

Let's Go 4 Games! Report

The tool has been experimented in

Training Course

The tool was published to the Toolbox by

Manuela Renjaan (on 5 February 2019)

and last modified

31 December 2018

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